BEESWAX,melting Bees Wax candles mold.Candle making.Beekeeping Beekeepers Bees Wax molds,John Pluta

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  1. cool594
    10:24 pm on February 25th, 2010

    can be wax be used as glue?

  2. barbr316
    11:23 pm on February 25th, 2010

    Heyy bobbie-pins is a very good idea.

  3. susan2016
    12:19 am on February 26th, 2010

    Hello from England! Thank you for this ‘no frills’ realistic video – succinct and to the point information! Have looked at other sites for the same info. and all way too fancy and fussy – this is real and what I wanted to know. Thanks for taking the time to share this from your experience. Excellent!

  4. KitCox
    12:44 am on February 26th, 2010

    Question: How many hives do you have?
    I used to help a guy with his hives up in Syracuse back in the late 50’s. He used a lot of A.I. Root supplies.

    Chris

  5. KitCox
    1:22 am on February 26th, 2010

    Great video! Love your wax shop!! It’s REAL! Thanks for the time and effort.

    Chris

  6. qbert555
    2:22 am on February 26th, 2010

    Just the info I was looking for. Thanks.

  7. 53rdspirit
    3:22 am on February 26th, 2010

    I love beeswax candles. I use them all the time at home. Thanks for posting the video!

  8. manvilletrain
    4:06 am on February 26th, 2010

    lol 9:03 look at the back, someone got angry and threw way at the wall lol.

  9. TheJacquster
    5:03 am on February 26th, 2010

    John – this video is GREAT! I see that you didn’t filter out the raw beeswax -what’s your take on that? That would be a HUGE time saver if I didn’t have to cheese-cloth it, etc. Plus, what do you use to keep the hole closed at bottom of your molds? AND, what type of WICK do you use in this video?

    Thanks! p.s. I LOVE your 20-yr old microwave – that made me laugh!

  10. hello1221335
    5:58 am on February 26th, 2010

    koolest job every wax is so alsome….

  11. homelease
    6:21 am on February 26th, 2010

    Can’t believe previous comment about a little camera movement.
    No compliment about all this FREE information.Please don’t stop the video’s

  12. illnigma
    6:24 am on February 26th, 2010

    tell me more about it…..yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  13. Safet
    6:43 am on February 26th, 2010

    You should not move camera like that.
    After 1st min I got dizzy. :(

  14. johnpluta
    7:19 am on February 26th, 2010

    Very flamable so could be but a little expensive as cooking fuel $6lb. here

  15. purplestar621
    8:00 am on February 26th, 2010

    cool do you sale the wax?
    where can you buy the wax?

  16. tamildeztiny
    8:25 am on February 26th, 2010

    can this wax be used as fuel in cooking?

  17. johnpluta
    8:30 am on February 26th, 2010

    Not married,but 3 girlfriends keep me WELL supplied with “barbie pins”

  18. poprocz
    9:20 am on February 26th, 2010

    Your wife wants to know where her bobby pins keep disappearing to.
    These have been some very entertaining and insightful video.
    Thanks for the time and effort.

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